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Local firm goes into administration

Tynedale-based construction firm Historic Building Services has gone into administration with debts of over £500,000.

The company, which specialised in restoration projects, is now concentrating on selling off its assets.

Administrators Joseph McLean and Keith Hinds from Grant Thornton said there are 115 creditors, including a number of local contractors and suppliers.

It is thought there is little chance of a dividend being paid to creditors.